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1 Mr Mash and Mr Harman were both caretakers in which sitcom? 2 Which actor from The Addams Family appeared with Charlie Chaplin in The Kid, at the age of four? 3 What was the name of the character played by Pamela Anderson in Baywatch? 4 Which veteran US broadcaster signed off after presenting the final edition of his long-running CNN talk show in December, 2010 ... ? 5 ... And which former tabloid editor and talent show judge takes over his coveted time slot in January 2011? 6 The decadent priest in The life And Loves Of A She Devil was played by which former Dr Who actor? 7 The Blackadder saga began with Edmund as Duke of where? 8 Who took charge of Blankety Blank in 1984? 9 Which Nigel played Dr Watson to Peter Cushing's Sherlock Holmes in the 1968 drama, The Cases Of Sherlock Holmes? 10 In which year did Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett last appear on TV together in The Two Ronnies Christmas Sketchbook, screened after Barker's death in October of that year... ? 11 ... And in which Buckinghamshire town was a bronze statue of Barker unveiled by his widow, Joy in 2010? 12 What''s the name of the gay airline steward played by Matt Lucas in the comedy series Come Fly With Me? 13 The father of which future Monkee played the lead role in the 1956 series The Count Of Monte Cristo? 14 Who played parlour maid Ivy Teesdale in You Rang, M'Lord? 15 Which costume drama is set in 165 Eaton Place, Belgravia ... ? 16 ... And who is the only remaining servant from the original series in the 2010-2011 series which begins in 1936... ? 17 ... And who plays her? …

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